News Release, St. Mary’s College of Maryland
ST. MARY’S CITY, Md. – We’ve launched a new fundraising initiative for the Seahawk Fund – here’s an opportunity to support St. Mary’s College athletic programs and student-athletes while making your mark at the Jamie L. Roberts Stadium. With a gift of $300, you can inscribe your name – or the name of a loved one – on a stadium seat. With a gift of $250, you can leave a tribute on a locker.
We have a limited number of seats and lockers so we don’t expect this special opportunity to last long. Make your gift today. You only have until June 30 to ensure your tribute is ready in time for the Jamie L. Roberts Stadium dedication September 7, 2019.
Head to the Jamie L. Roberts Stadium Seats & Lockers Opportunity website to purchase yours today!
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